Humane Society of York County needs help for ‘kitten season’

From staff reportsApril 18, 2014 

  • Homes needed

    The Humane Society shelter is open Tuesday through Sunday 1 p.m.-4 p.m. at 8177 Regent Parkway, Fort Mill.

    Check out the website at

    The phone number is 803-802-0902.

— The Humane Society of York County is always looking for loving owners and “forever homes” for the dogs, puppies, cats and kittens they care for. Here are a few of the many loveable pets you can meet there:

• Princess is a 3-month-old American bulldog mix who is deaf. She needs an owner who can work and train her in order to keep her safe. It is always helpful to have another more mature dog to help lead a deaf dog. Princess is a sweet girl, full of energy and fun.

• Simba, Mya, Max, Ali and Lillie are a group of 11-week-old Catahoula mix pups. Although they have only been at the shelter for two weeks, the HSYC caregivers say they can’t believe the pups haven’t already found a home.

All of these pups are very sweet-natured and eager to please, although some are more confident than others. You can call the shelter for their availability or just stop in.

• Ethel is a beautiful black-and-white senior feline with stunning green eyes.

The HSYC also noted that spring is kitten season, when most births occur. The group is always looking for experienced fosters who have taken a fostering class and for people interested in bottle-feeding kittens.

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